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Plane Crash REAL pilot last words recording with voice record from the cockpit

i have put subtitles (use English, then default English)

00:00 - intro
00:08 - Flight #: 1141
Date: August 31, 1988
Time: 0901
Location: Dallas, Texas
Operator: Delta Air Lines
Route: Dallas/Fort Worth, TX - Salt Lake City, UT
AC Type: Boeing B-727-232 Adv
Registration: N473DA
Aboard: 108 (passengers:101 crew:7)
Fatalities: 14 (passengers:12 crew:2)
Ground: 0
Summary: The aircraft stalled and crashed during takeoff, hitting a ILS localizer antenna, 1,000 feet beyond the end of the runway. Crew error. Improperly set flaps and slats. Failure of the takeoff safety warning system.

00:39 - Flight #: 1549
Date: January 15, 2009
Time: 1506
Location: New York, New York
Operator: US Airways
Route: New York, NY- Charlotte, NC
AC Type: Airbus A320-214
Registration: N106US
Aboard: 155 (passengers:150 crew:5)
Fatalities: 0 (passengers:0 crew:0)
Ground: 0
Summary: The plane was taking off from La Guardia Airport when both engines were disabled after striking a flock of geese. The crew was able to ditch the plane in the Hudson River, making a soft landing. All 150 passengers and crew of 5 made it out safely before the plane began to sink. No one was reported to be seriously injured.

02:12 - Flight #: 90
Date: January 13, 1982
Time: 1601
Location: Washington, D.C.
Operator: Air Florida
Route: Washington D.C. - Fort Lauderdale, FL
AC Type: Boeing B-737-222
Registration: N62AF
Aboard: 79 (passengers:74 crew:5)
Fatalities: 74 (passengers:70 crew:4)
Ground: 4
Summary: The aircraft crashed into the 14th St. bridge and the Potomac River and sank shortly after taking off from Washington National Airport. The aircraft reached a peak altitude of 300 ft. The flight crew's failure to use the engine anti-icing system during takeoff. Failure to de-ice the plane a second time before takeoff and taking off with snow/ice on the airfoil surfaces of the aircraft. Ice which accumulated on the engine pressure probes resulted in erroneously high Engine Pressure Ratio (EPR) readings. When the throttles were set to takeoff EPR, the engines were actually developing significantly less than takeoff thrust. The crew's inexperience in icing condtions was a contributing factor.

02:33 - Flight #: 1862
Date: October 04, 1992
Time: 175
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Operator: El Al
Route: Amsterdam - Tel Aviv
AC Type: Boeing B-747-258F
Registration: 4X-AXG
Aboard: 4 (passengers:1 crew:3)
Fatalities: 4 (passengers:1 crew:3)
Ground: 39
Summary: Shortly after taking off from Schiphol Airport, while climbing through 6,500 feet, the No. 3 engine separated with its pylon from the aircraft and damaged the leading edge of the right wing. The No. 3 engine separated in such a way that the No. 4 engine and pylon also separated from the wing. During an attempted return to the airport, the aircraft crashed into a 11 story building in the Bijlmermeer residential district. The design and certification of the B-747 pylon was found to be inadequate to provide the required level of safety. The system to ensure structural integrity by inspection failed. The separation of the No. 3 engine was initiated by fatigue (corrosion) in the inboard midspar fuse pin. This led to loss of the No. 4 engine and pylon and damage to several systems which ultimately led to loss of control of the aircraft.

03:43 - Flight #: 182
Date: September 25, 1978
Time: 0902
Location: San Diego, California
Operator: Pacific Southwest Airlines / Private
Route: Los Angeles - San Diego
AC Type: Boeing B-727-214 / Cessna 172
Registration: N533PS/N7711G
Aboard: 137 (passengers:128 crew:9)
Fatalities: 137 (passengers:128 crew:9)
Ground: 7
Summary: Midair collision. The PSA was descending and about to land at Lindbergh Field. The Cessna was climbing while engaged in practice approaches. The 727 overtook and struck the Cessna from the rear. The primary cause was the PSA crew lost sight of the Cessna and did not make that fact known to the ATC. The ATC failed to realize from the PSA transmissions that they lost sight of the Cessna. One hundred thirty-five killed on the PSA, two on the Cessna and seven on the ground. Crew fatigue may have played a part in the accident as there are unofficial reports that the crew attended an all night party and had only 2 hours sleep from the night before.

Those are real record between ATC and pilots on the flight that end up with crashes. This movie is put on youtube as documentary video It is not break any regulation with YouTube Partner Program policies. It is also dont violate this policies. Any sounds used in this video are from official data relase on public report, and this sounds do not have any Copyrights, as they are free to use. There is no company or office that climes rights for this records.Sounds form Hudson landing it is also a free to use ATC record, not the one from the movie

PART 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2bxveFcLCBY

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